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That's pretty crappy: German castle robbed of 40 rolls of toilet paper

File picture: Jasmin Sessler/Pixabay

File picture: Jasmin Sessler/Pixabay

Published Mar 28, 2020

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Berlin - Thieves have stolen 40 rolls of toilet paper from a

locked room next to a public toilet at the Kapfenburg Castle in

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south-western Germany.

They also took paper towels and soap, police said on Saturday in the

town of Lauchheim, about 90 kilometres east of Stuttgart.

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Whoever stole the loo rolls is believed to have gained access to the

shuttered premises sometime between Tuesday and Friday. No damage was

done to the building.

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The castle, which dates back to the 12th century, has housed a music

academy and cultural centre since 1999. It is now closed off to the

public due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Panic-buying has left supermarket shelves across Germany emptied out

of toilet paper, paper towels, soap and disinfectants.

dpa

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